Stanley E. Hall of Cooperstown has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives.
According to a media release, Hall is an international financial consultant and former higher education administrator.
Hall spent 18 years as vice president for development at Hiram College, Purdue University, Hartwick College in Oneonta and Colgate University in Hamilton. He organized fundraising campaigns for higher education, student scholarships and capital projects.
In 1988 Hall took a position at Brakeley, John Price Jones Inc. as senior vice president and served as president of Brakeley recruiting.
He also served as president and chief executive office of Leatherstocking Consultants from 1991 to 95. He also worked as a development consultant for the International College in Beirut from 1990 to 93 and as a international development consultant to the Bermuda Cathedral.
Boards he has served on include the Purdue Research Foundation, Bassett Hospital Foundation, Boy Scouts of America and American Cancer Society.
Hall has been featured in the 11th and 12th editions of Who’s Who in the World, 24th and 25th editions of Who’s Who in the East, 27th and 28th editions of Who’s Who in Finance and Industry and the 50th edition of Who’s Who in America.
He is an Army veteran and has master’s degrees in education and science.
A 2019-20 board of trustees has been named for the Springbrook Foundation, the fundraising affiliate of Springbrook, a multi-site facility with its main campus on state Route 28 in Portlandville. Springbrook provides supports and services to people with developmental disabilities.
Trustees include Board President John Anderson, Vice President and Secretary, Amanda Mirabito, Treasurer Patrick Prior, and Patricia O’Brien, Doug Campbell, Jim Kelsey, Patricia Kennedy and Barbara Morris. Kennedy also serves as Springbrook’s chief executive officer.
The Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown hosted its 12th annual Art by the Lake juried art invitational on Saturday, Aug. 17. Tracy Helgeson of Cooperstown won best of show and received the Fenimore Award. Other awards presented included for photography, Emmanuel Vaucher of Camden; painting, Tom Hussey of Auburn; 2D/mixed media, Richard Kathmann of East Meredith; sculpture/3D, Erik Halvorson of Oneonta; painters, Lu D Huang of Norwich; judges, Susan Jones Kenyon of Cooperstown; and audience favorite: Christopher Wakefield of Edmeston.